Written by Cole Burton Thursday, 26 July 2012 09:00
Mortal Kombat was an instant hit when it launched on consoles last year, and now it intends to recreate that experience on the PlayStation Vita. This new Vita edition of the game includes everything you would find on the console version of the game (which includes the PS3 exclusive Kratos character), all four of the DLC characters, and a brand new Vita challenge tower. Add in all of this and the new Vita controls and you have a pretty new way to experience what you may have already played for over a year.
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Wednesday, 23 May 2012 08:00
Even though the last Disgaea game that I played was on the PS2 almost 6 years ago I found myself getting excited for Nippon’s latest offering on the PSV - Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention, which is more than just a port of Absence of Justice on PS3. While I don’t remember many of the specifics I did have memories of strategic combat, humorous dialogue and ridiculous character stats come rushing back to me as I popped D3 into my Vita.
Written by Craig Will and Cole Burton Saturday, 24 March 2012 12:00
It’s been a little over a month since the PlayStation Vita debuted to the American masses. I’ve spent at least an hour if not more every day playing mine and if I wasn’t in the middle of Mass Effect 3 there’s a good chance it would be the only system you would find me on. Let’s go over its features and how they rate.
Written by Cole Burton Sunday, 04 March 2012 20:37
Ever since the day I picked up Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune so many years ago I knew I had something special. Now, two sequels, one prequel, and a new development team later, here we are. Bend Studio certainly did Naughty Dog justice, as Uncharted: Golden Abyss is one title I wouldn’t wish any PlayStation Vita owner to miss. And, it’s a primary reason to pick up a Vita as of right now.
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